Wrong Side of the Bus

What’s the price of being a bystander? Sidney Bloch is an internationally recognized professor of psychiatry, ethicist, loving father, singer and author. He is also a man with a troubled conscience. In this film, Sid returns to South Africa for his medical school reunion, determined to resolve the guilt that has troubled him for 40 years. He is accompanied by his teenage son, Aaron, who turns out to be his harshest critic. South African-born documentarian Rod Freedman (Uncle Chatzkel, NYJFF 2001) returns with another smart and sensitive film.

Year:
2009
Length:
56 minutes
Country:

Shown at

  1. 15th Annual Seattle Jewish Film Festival - 2011
  2. 21st Annual San Diego Jewish Film Festival - 2011
  3. 9th Annual Austin Jewish Film Festival - 2011
  4. Atlanta Jewish Film Festival - 2011
  5. Boston Jewish Film Festival - 2010
  6. Jewish Film Festival (Australia) - 2011
  7. New York Jewish Film Festival - 2011
  8. Sabes Foundation Minneapolis Jewish Film Festival - 2010
  9. Vancouver Jewish Film Festival - 2010

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